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    Felt like a little Marshall Tucker today--

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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Felt like a little Marshall Tucker today--

    Roy-You know those guys are from right here in Spartanburg, SC. Most if not all of them went to the old Dorman High School before going off to Vietnam. One of our biggest musical success stories in a town that has produced many! I got to see them at their reunion show in '82 at the old DHS football stadium (which is now a Wal-Mart and Home Depot). My brother took drum lessons from Paul Riddle back in the early 70's, and I taught the daughter of one of them early in my teaching career. They endured a lot of tragedies. We are proud of our native sons MTB for sure!
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    I 'think' it was 4 years ago the Marshall Tucker Band played our county fair--Charlie Daniels opened--I had to work but the fairgrounds is a hop skip and a jump from the old workplace and I drove by and believe it or not 'Can't You See' was being played as I drove by.

    Somewhere I have their album called '10th' and in the credits are the names of some female back up singers. There's a quote of "Cause there's no way six white boys can sound like that."

    About the closest claim to fame that Walla Walla gets is that Adam West (TV Batman) grew up here on a farm and attended Whitman College here in Walla Walla.
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    I stumbled upon a little 'Unplugged' Rod Stewart--it don't come any more unplugged than with Rod Playing Banjo

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    That one is classic-I love "Faces" era Stewart and Wood-he's one of my favorite blues-rock slide players (after Duane Allman of course). And the album Every Picture Tells a Story is probably in my top-10 of all time list. I saw old Rod in '89 at the Charlotte Arena. The show opened with a Scottish bag-piping group and then Rod kicking soccer balls out into the audience-brings back memories!

    edit: I just saw that Ron is on picking duty here, and another guy is on the bottle-neck. He was still great on it himself-beautiful song that tells a story too!
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    Here's Ron on Robert Johnson's "Love in Vain" with the Stones-I always loved their version best!

    And now that I'm feeling the slide blues, here's Ry Cooder playing "Archie's Blues" from the movie The Long Riders, which remains one of my favorite Westerns!
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    One good slide deserves another--------------

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    Slide? Did someone say slide?



    I don't want to start an argument, but for years I've thought this was the greatest of all blues songs.


    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
    This was and still is my favorite combination; beautiful, original, and worn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cangooner View Post
    Slide? Did someone say slide?

    I don't want to start an argument, but for years I've thought this was the greatest of all blues songs.
    Nice--Very Nice indeed---

    I thought maybe since we were talking about guys playing slide guitar how about taking 8-9 minutes to see how it's done. Hell you might have even heard of the guy telling about it and or the song he plays a bit of

    There are two short clips and the second one should automatically play but just in case I'll post the link to the second one also:





    My apologies for taking out the Original video but three wasn't allowed/two was the Max.
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    Working at home today with some Bob in the background...


    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
    This was and still is my favorite combination; beautiful, original, and worn.
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